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Posts Tagged ‘John 14:6’

Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on November 19, 2008

Due to a glitch on the podcast server, the Bits & Bytes post has been delayed.  It is now fixed, so, without further ado, here are some “sound bites” from Sunday Morning’s sermon, “I Am the Life” based on John 14:6,

  • If you do not have Jesus in your heart, you are dead because of your sins.
  • This death is a spiritual condition and it lasts for eternity.
  • This spiritual condition, if continuing until judgment, will result in the condemnation of Hell.
  • Jesus, however, came to give us Life.
  • The life that Jesus brings is both eternal life and abundant life.
  • If you trust Jesus to save you, you can have both.

You can listen to the sermon here or by clicking on the audio player below.

You can also listen to Sunday evening’s sermon, “Playing Church” based on Romans 12:9-21 and Revelation 2 and 3, here, or by clicking on the audio player below:

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Sunday’s Coming!

Posted by Rick on November 13, 2008

Join us this Sunday at Immanuel when we take a look at the last of the three part series “I Am”, when we examine Jesus claim, “I Am the Life”, based on John 14:6.  We’ll delve deeper into that statement and see what it means for us, today.  Sunday evening, we’ll see if we are “Playing Church” or if we are the real thing, based on Romans 12:9-21.

Be sure to invite someone to Sunday School!

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Bits & Bytes

Posted by Rick on November 12, 2008

Here are some “sound bites” from Sunday Morning’s sermon, “I Am the Truth” based on John 14:6 and John 3.

  • Truth isn’t dependent upon a situation or circumstance.
  • Truth is truth.  Just because you decide to call a cow’s tail a “leg” doesn’t make it a leg.  It is still a tail.
  • Jesus said that He was “the Truth”.
  • Jesus explained to Nicodemus what He meant when He said, “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him will not perish, but have ever lasting life.”
  • If we understand this truth, it will transform our lives and our eternities!

You can listen to the sermon here or by clicking on the audio player below.

There is no Sunday evening sermon, as we had a special guest speaker whose presentation we aren’t able to present on the internet due to security concerns.  He spoke about his service with the US Army in Iraq and gave his testimony as to how God is working there among our military and among the Iraqis.  It was a truly inspirational service.

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Sunday’s Coming!

Posted by Rick on November 6, 2008

Join us this Sunday at Immanuel when we continue our series on “I Am”.  In John 14:6, Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth and the life; no one comes to the Father except by Me.”  This Sunday, we’ll examine closer what He meant when He said, “I am the Truth”.

Sunday evening, we’re in for a special treat.  We will have an Army Vetrinarian here to show us pictures and give us an update of what God is doing in Iraq.  He will present a slide show and a moving testimony.  Be sure to invite your friends!  Afterwards, we’ll have a brief reception with cookies.

See you Sunday!

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